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    Re: Does flooding change rivers?

    You see a lot of these round the country, usually by pinch points like bridges, these river crossings must be thousands of years old, It makes you realise that historical weather data really only...
  2. Re: Andy Scholey: I fish, therefore, I am…

    That quashes that old (stupid) saying that fishing is a worm at one end and a fool at the other, well let me introduce you to my friend Charles, you may have heard of him ;)
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    Re: Who fancies a day at Boddington ..?

    I'll be there this time :thumbs:
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    Re: Does flooding change rivers?

    Shrewsbury is currently a good example of flooding then and now, the river there is channelled through the town, but it's no surprise that the old town centre is up a steep hill close to the river...
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    Re: Does flooding change rivers?

    There's one of these in most towns usually near the bridge, like you say it's a modern phenomena this concept that flooding is worse than ever, but then we live in an age where we are all doomed and...
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    Re: Still water fish movement.

    I think you just gotta go fishing and enjoy it mate, if folk are calling them pets let them, Sometimes some opinions are just there to ignore especially if they are trying to put down what you enjoy
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    Re: Does flooding change rivers?

    It's not just Joe public that gets drawn into the clamour for dredging, I've even had a club bailiff arguing it's need on a stretch of river that's almost perfect oblivious to all the rivers that...
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    Re: Still water fish movement.

    There's was a series of lakes near me that flooded a few years back now, it was only a couple of inches over the banks but lo and behold many of their prize carp had got into the local stream....
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    Re: How did you get on?

    You know sometimes you have the nagging feeling you've forgotten something, well I made the mistake of leaving my maggots in the garden for a good few days, my idea of a romantic gesture is NOT to...
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    Re: How did you get on?

    Son of Meldrew got it going on! :D
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    Re: The lack of good fishing articles.

    A wise old man once told me you'll learn more in one hour watching fish than reading any book on tactics, he was so right, whilst I moan about low water levels each year round here it does give up...
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    Re: Anyone fishing?

    Just got back from a morning on the river only one person there and It's Whitty, then Alan Tyler and Petrol Splitter turn up, so yes, seemed like an FM fish in :D Had six Barbel then I wussed out and...
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    Re: The lack of good fishing articles.

    Go for it, I think Jack Perks has done many an underwater vid but there's a bit of a void when it comes to filming the 70% of the planet that's underwater on whole, Blue Planet aside. I don't think...
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    Re: Using tackle how you like.

    Don't know if this counts, it was one of six barbel caught one day last summer using a matchstick on a small river, yes it is an easy river before anyone says, but it was fun experimenting
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    Re: The lack of good fishing articles.

    Yeah and the irony is that we all started off as a Bob at one stage and now many of us have progressed to play the Paul role with a friend or junior many years later. That's endearing, it doesn't...
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    Re: The lack of good fishing articles.

    Aren't we mostly all just funny chaps who fish a little?

    This isn't a dig at anyone in particular but do we as a collective take ourselves and our so called abilities a little to seriously at...
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    Re: Too much bait?

    Oh thanks now I know how to fish them, I'm so lucky they are like pets too :omg:
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    Re: Too much bait?

    In some swims there is no upstream, in small overgrown rivers there is no option other than to feed where you can, therefore you have to gauge how they will react to different baits going in, or if...
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    Re: The lack of good fishing articles.

    Maybe we make a rod for our own back as any budding attempts at making videos usually gets criticised by others?
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    Re: The lack of good fishing articles.

    It's sad that no one seems to be taking the time and effort to write or produce good articles on fishing, I get there has to be a bit of product placement in some but where's the passion, the humour,...
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    Re: Too much bait?

    Regardless of where I fish it's little and often all the time every time, if it's a fast river then sometimes it's a trickle of feed three times a cast, it even works down the coast and works a treat...
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    Re: How did you get on?

    A couple of years ago on the Severn I was in the middle of nowhere when two rather large ladies got in the water opposite and proceeded to float through my swim all the way out of sight. God knows...
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    Re: Angling, The never ending Journey

    I was lucky to have my dad take me, also to Stanmore common ponds when I was a kid to catch my first perch with inherited gear and no idea, we then learned together how to float fish rivers, we were...
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    Re: How did you get on?

    You know that first one is a small Bream Sylvanillo maybe a hybrid :thumbs:
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    Re: Wading question

    Defo stay on the free half, if the other bank is private fishing
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